Bachelor of Laws
Programme Aims and Objectives
During this course, students will be able to study the basic principles of Law, legal processes
and legal concepts. They will gain profound knowledge of litigation and law application and
procedures in order to operate, with the adequate proficiency, in positions of Law enforcement
Students will acquire a first degree in law, which would allow them to be admitted to the legal
profession or to work as a legal consultant by developing skills and abilities pertinent to a
lawyer, such as problem-solving, critical thinking, self-motivation and specialised knowledge
of the law.
Aims of the Programme
The aims of the programme are the following:
1. To provide sufficient knowledge and skills to the students in the field of Law.
2. To enable graduates of the programme to be employed in fields relevant to the legal
profession such as advocates, judges, notaries, legal consultants, private and public
organizations, non-governmental organizations, private companies etc.
Objectives of the Programme
On completion of the programme the students should:
1. Develop a sound understanding of the foundations and socio-legal environment of law
as well as analytical and research skills.
2. Develop a critical understanding and specialized knowledge of a wide range of
courses in law covering the entire range of legal knowledge
3. Be exposed to a wide range of disciplinary approaches to legal study, encouraging
them to reflect on the complexity of legal practice and on the variety of ways of
understanding law’s role in contemporary society.
Programme Learning Outcomes
The key learning outcomes of this programme are:
1. To familiarize students with the principle features of the legal system including general familiarity with its
institutions and procedures.
2. To demonstrate knowledge of legal principles and values in a wide range of topics.
3. To demonstrate some in-depth knowledge of specialist areas.
4. To demonstrate critical awareness in the analysis of the legal order.
5. To demonstrate ability to identify and comprehend legal issues.
6. To demonstrate ability to decide whether factual circumstances are sufficiently elucidated for a legal
7. To demonstrate ability to identify debates and engage with these while accurately reporting the applicable
8. To demonstrate ability to act independently in planning and undertaking complex legal tasks.
9. To demonstrate ability to read a range of complex works within and about law and to summarize their
10. To demonstrate ability to conduct legal research in order to provide legal advice.
11. To demonstrate ability to reflect on own learning.
|Course Code||Course Title|
|UU-FNT-103-ZM||Introduction to Bachelor Degree|
|UU-LAW-1010-ZM||Legal Systems and Methods|
|UU-LAW-1090-ZM||Philosophical Perspectives of the Common Law|
|UU-ENG-1001-ZM||Composition for English|
|UU-MAN-2010-ZM||Introduction to Management|
|UU-LAW-1060-ZM||Academic & Legal Skills|
|UU-LAW-2030-ZM||Law of Contract|
|UU-PSY-1000-ZM||General Psychology I|
|UU-LAW-2010-ZM||Equity & Trusts|
|UU-LAW-1040-ZM||Law of Torts|
|UU-LAW-2050-ZM||Public International Law|
|UU-LAW-3030-ZM||International Human Rights|
|UU-LAW-2070-ZM||Introduction to Commercial Law I|
|UU-LAW-3050-ZM||Wills and Succession|
|UU-SOC-1000-ZM||Principles of Sociology|
|UU-LAW-3000-ZM||Company Law 1: Structures and Players|
|UU-LAW-4030-ZM||Evidence, Ethics and Advocacy|
|UU-LAW-4070-ZM||Company Law 2: Corporate Finance and Insolvency|
|UU-LAW-3060-ZM||Foundations in Data Protection Law|
|UU-LAW-3020-ZM||Commercial Law II|
|UU-LAW-4090-ZM||Transitional justice: Law, War and Crime|
|UU-LAW-2090-ZM||Health Care Law|
|UU-LAW-4075-ZM||Intellectual Property Law|
|UU-LAW-4080-ZM||Legal Research and Writing|